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    Published On : Wed, Dec 25th, 2013
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    Piece of land at Hotel Tourist Inn in Sitabuldi triggers fight for share among businessmen

    The Hotel Tourist Inn has been built in the 5500 square feet of land. The Hotel is in dispute with Mehadia Brothers who claim the land adjoining the Hotel admeasuring 300 square feet belongs to them.

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    A piece of land has again triggered a ferocious fight among the land sharks and land piranhas for grabbing their shares by any means and ways. This time the “Dirty Picture” is being witnessed at the Hotel Tourist Inn and nearby land in front of Janki Theater in Sitabuldi, Nagpur.

    According to sources, the Hotel Tourist Inn has been built in the 5500 square feet of land. The Hotel is in dispute with Mehadia Brothers who claim the land adjoining the Hotel admeasuring 300 square feet belongs to them. The dispute went to Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC). Subsequently, the NMC, under intense pressure from top BJP leaders, demolished two illegally constructed upper stories, and the same leaders stalled the issuance of No Objection Certificate (NOC) by the Fire Brigade Department. Moreover, the power and water connections of the Hotel were snapped following no NOC from Fire Brigade. Now, the game plan is being played to “snatch” the Hotel at cheap cost, sources said.

    The Hotel Tourist Inn is a private limited in which the liquor businessman Ganesh Jaiswal has principal share and Dinanath Sharma family has majority share, sources said. Now, the Mehadia Group is exerting pressure on Dinanath Sharma to sell his share to them and then they would “see” Jaiswal (Sort out problem with Jaiwal by any means), sources further informed.

    According to sources, Mehadia has sent a “message” to Dinanath Sharma that the matter could be resolved if Sharma pays him the cost of the disputed land at the rate of Rs 10,000-15,000 square feet. However, Sharma has stuck to his stand that the land belongs to him. Sharma has clarified that Mehadia should carry out measurement of his (Mehadia) land and if the measurement is correct as is shown in the documents, the dispute ends then and there only. And if the measurement shows any difference, then Mehadia’s claim could be genuine, Sharma has said.

    However, Sharam has been stressing that Mehadia is not interested in measuring the disputed land and unnecessarily putting pressure on him and if at all the Hotel has occupied the supposedly Government land, then why Mehadia is worried about the land. Moreover, the nearby residents claimed the disputed land belongs to none other than the Government. The “Nallah” near the land was previously broad but after some years, it has shrunk and thus creating the land, sources said.

    Meanwhile, according to sources, Dinanath Sharma has stepped out in the market with Rs 2.50 crore tag to his share in the Hotel Tourist Inn but till now, no purchaser has come forward. Mehadia has offered Rs 1.50 crore for the deal. At present, the situation is as it is and the Hotel is being run by Sharma, sources said.

     

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